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From "Sergei Batiuk" <>
Subject RE: ASP and JSP with no redirection
Date Wed, 15 Feb 1995 07:02:35 GMT
There is an option:

You can use the io taglib from, which
makes it possible
to make up a page from various sources. Your JSP should look like:
<%@ taglib uri="iotags" prefix="io"%>

<io:request url="http://iisServer/m$Page.asp"/>

This way you can create a single page from any http/ftp/file resources you
can think of.

Sergei Batiuk.

-----Original Message-----
From: George Shafik []
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 3:57 AM
Subject: ASP and JSP with no redirection

Hi All,

Just wondering if there is another way to integrate both JSP and ASP
together in the one page without redirection through a specific port.

Is it possible to combine both an ASP and JSP page together thus giving you
the ability to access a COM and EJB object on the same page ?

I know this sounds crazy but if it is possible then I would imagine its
something that needs to  be configured at the web server level such that
each Object method request is handled by its respective web server.


     ... myEJBBean.Method() ...


Lets say our example is implemented on a JSP page then Tomcat/Apache will
need to know about IIS such that it passes the processing of
"myASPObj.Method() " to IIS. (no redirection)

Many thanks in advance for any feedback.

George Shafik

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